News from the Shed!

It has been a busy month since we wrapped up our last ALBION exhibition at the pop up ‘Period of Grace’ gallery in Bristol. We have now paid all our creative’s who sold, printed and sent all the orders and followed up leads which is hugely gratifying. In amongst the sales the star was Andy White selling his ‘August Mist from Quarr Hill’ and since got another sale from a private client who saw the work in large format and fell in love with ‘Mist in the Vales’.

August Mist from Quarr Hill

August Mist from Quarr Hill

Mist in the Vales

Mist in the Vales

This is a crucial point. When the public, friends and family see the images printed they can imagine buying and hanging the work on their wall. This is why in conjunction with all our online promotion and social media presence we also hold exhibitions and encourage our creative’s to show their work and have some in stock as samples.

Philippa Gedge and Charlotte Fielding have done just this. They were so inspired by the exhibition in London that they launched their first photographic exhibition ‘ESCAPE’ on Tuesday 18th June at the Tabernacle in Notting Hill. We were delighted to both sponsor and produce all the work for them and if you are in London this week please go along to lend your support. Remember if you are included in or are planning a show, get in touch and we will do what we can to help support your endeavour however large or small, it is a key part of the Shed philosophy to not just provide a full website and online gallery but also help promote your work as part of our community.

With this in mind we are planning our next event!

We are organising a joint event at the Malthouse, Lyme Regis to combine with the Lyme Folk Festival over the August Bank holiday. The show will run from 23rd of August through to the 5th of September. It is a great opportunity to have a whole new audience through to see our work not to mention the beer festival to help whet the appetite of potential customers! We will be releasing details over the coming weeks.

Lastly I’d like to welcome back those of you who have continued to use our service and also those of you new to our community:

Keith and Jennifer Jackson, Dave Holden, Catherine Lewis, Gina Williams, Anne Reynolds, Andrew McDermott, Charlotte Fielding, Joe Clark, Megan Players, Paul Reynolds, Kris Dutson, David Jacks and Colin Tracy.

We look forward to seeing how your diverse interests and work develops as you start to upload your profiles and also meeting you in person one day if we haven’t already met!

SOME OF THE SALES FROM THE ALBION EXHIBITION, CLICK ON ANY OF THE IMAGES TO BUY!!

John Hunt – Staircase and March to work

John Hunt – Staircase

John Hunt - March to work

John Hunt - March to work

Tom Hard – Brighton Wheel

Tom Hard – Brighton Wheel

Tom Hard - Summer Comes Early

Tom Hard - Summer Comes Early

Terry Batten - Backstage At The Arts Centre

Terry Batten - Backstage At The Arts Centre

Lois Wakeman - Five trees at dawn

Lois Wakeman - Five trees at dawn

Lois Wakeman - Surf's Up

Lois Wakeman - Surf's Up

Pete Hackett - E80

Pete Hackett - E80

Graham Wiffen - Tranquility at Durdle Door

Graham Wiffen - Tranquility at Durdle Door

Maisie Hill - Brian

Maisie Hill - Brian

Emma Burton - Lavender

Emma Burton - Lavender

Kirsty Fenton - Draped cloth

Kirsty Fenton - Draped cloth

Rob Coombe - British Beach Huts

Rob Coombe - British Beach Huts

Tricia Scott - Agapantha I

Tricia Scott - Agapantha I

 

2 thoughts on “News from the Shed!

  1. Congratulations to all who sold in the exhibition – don’t their images look smart on here! Exciting news about The Malthouse. We will be in Dorset for a week until 24th August so we will be able to visit! Can’t wait. Well done to Chelsea and Ben for all their hard work.

    • Thanks Rachael, that’s great that we will see you there! It’s all worth it to see the work sell, be admired, start conversations and inspire.

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